Mission, Vision, Core Values | ADAMH Board of Franklin County

Our Purpose

ADAMH helps Franklin County residents find the right places to turn for affordable, quality mental health and addiction services provided through its network of more than 30 not-for-profit contract agencies located in neighborhoods throughout the county. A sliding fee scale for services means any Franklin County resident can receive needed services and be charged on the basis of income and circumstance. Services are funded primarily through a property tax levy approved by voters.

Vision Statement

All individuals and families in Franklin County can achieve optimal mental health and wellness, free from stigma, with equitable access to quality community-based services and supports.

Mission Statement

The ADAMH Board of Franklin County leads the planning, funding,and evaluation of community-based recovery-oriented mental health and addiction prevention, treatment, and support services for residents of Franklin County.

Our Core Values

Accountability

being responsible for our actions and performance

Collaboration

working with partners to help individuals and families

Compassion

willing to help others in need

Diversity

recognizing uniqueness in everyone

Equity

being just, impartial, and fair

Humility

willing to learn from our mistakes

Inclusion

recognizing, appreciating, and listening to all perspectives

Innovation

willing to look for new & better ways to help individuals & families
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Integrity

being truthful and honest

Stewardship

managing the resources entrusted to our care
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